Summary: Ok so i bought this from gamestop used for like 5 bucks.And im not gonna complain and say that i wasted my money or anything like that but this game isn't that great.Sure i played it for awhile but it just got to boreing for me.I'm not gonna explain what you do or what its all about but i will tell you that the gameplay pretty much sucks especialy if your the type that likes free roam games.There are these mini games or whatever you wonna call them i gues to train your...
Smart, relaxing game for adults -- mentally challenging
J. Holt, Amazon
21 April 2005
Summary: Like other reviewers, I found the strategy and elegance of this game compelling. At first, it was difficult -- so much so I gave it up for months. When I had more time, I returned to the game -- and within a week I mastered (well, I should be more humble: grasped) the controls. Kengo is nice because it requires you to really watch your opponent instead of barraging him with everything you got.
Summary: This is a game, more games should be made like this. Im a person that likes fighting games but i cant stand the skilless button slamming games where all that matters is you pressed A faster then the other guy. Untill i found Kengo: Master of Bushido, i thought Tekken games were my only salvation. But now im tearing down that church and building a shrine to Kengo.
Summary: I love kengo: master of bushido. I don't have a katana but I bought a boken immediately. The game basically takes a bit. I had fun in sort of imagining my own story line. The fighting is the whole game. It is extremely fun though. I won the tournament but the game still wasn't over. It can go on for a long time. You can train or fight other men. You also fight other schools for their sword's and technique's.
Summary: Kengo: Master of Bushido is quite simply the best fighting game I have ever played, and trust me... I've played alot of them! It's graphics are pretty good, although at points they are a bit jagged. The gameplay is very realistic, and it really helps you understand a samurai's struggles to becoming a master swordsman. Although I must admit that the training does get frustrating at times, it is still fun.
Summary: Now I know a lot of people does not like this game for a few reasons. 1.you spend a lot of time training to get stronger. 2.a very short tournament. and 3.can only save once. well I have this to say...samurai's really did have to train a lot to get strong and only for a short tournament because its all in one day. the thing about only saving once...well you can only save once on a memory card...so its really just a sneaky way to make you buy more memeory cards.
Summary: I love this game! I'm getting so bored of the same old fight games. That are button smashers and have no strategy during the fight. This game is a breath of fresh air. I love the part where you build your character up through training. Like in a roll playing game. The fighting gameplay is great. I love the way your chartacters start out as students and if your good enough, become masters. But the end is far from near.
Summary: It's what i said, it even has the intense training which you spend forever doing. I spent a good time playing it but I stopped because I didn't feel like beating out all the rival schools. I had trouble with the controls and ended up blocking like crazy because i couldn't manuever. If you could feel pain it would be hard to tell the differnce between this game and the actual thing. Although the real swords would kill.
Summary: This is a fun game once you get the hang of it. It's different from other fighting games since a well placed sword stroke can be VERY effective. You can customize you players characteristics (Agility, Speed, Attack Strenth, Will) by using points you get from beating people and training. Along the way, you'll learn different styles and get to customize you attacking style using the differenc styles. You'll start out choosing a dojo and learning a particular style first.